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I have always loved to read books. My goal has been to write a book different than any other book that I've ever read. And I believe I have accomplished this goal. I've created two unique series, The Dead Game Series and The Blue Harbor Series. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.



Book One

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Linda Bennett moves from New York to Florida to live a quieter life. Life is peaceful until the dead body washes up onshore. Linda learns that dead bodies and disappearing tourists are typical of the coastal town.

Linda and her friends receive an invitation to a party at End House, a deserted house overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The group arrives, but no one is there to greet them. The house has a sinister life of its own where horror follows their every step. Traps, illusions, and revolving rooms add to their growing fear. Wild animals escape their cages in the basement, a bloody skeleton sleeps in an upstairs' bedroom, and body parts fall from the chimney into the living room's fireplace. The young residents flee for their lives.

They embark on a difficult journey, not knowing whom to trust, to uncover the one controlling the evil game.

Who are The Dead?

Are they humans or vampires?

Will Linda lose her heart to Todd, who knows more than he admits?

Will her best friend, Shana, fall in love with Sheriff Sam?

The Dead Game has begun.

Book Two

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A long-buried secret emerges from the ruins of End House…


Five years of peace have ended for the residents of Oasis. Evil returns to wreak havoc on the seaside resort.


Linda Bennett’s dreams of happiness have always eluded her. Five years ago, she moved to Florida from New York to escape heartache; but The Dead vampires have ruined any hopes of peace in the quaint town. Surrounded by vampires and hybrids. Linda finds solace in her bookshop. Then one morning, the lights go out, and an explosion rocks her shop.


Have The Dead returned to exact their revenge on Oasis?


Linda with her friends, Shana, David, and Louise, race to where lightning converges on an isolated spot behind the town, creating a sinkhole. Around the hole stand The Watchers and their local vampire leaders, The Elders. Echoing from inside the hole are the voices of Father John, a vampire hunter, and Abe, the head Watcher. Trapped with them in the tunnels below Oasis is the magical door that controls the time space continuum.


From this moment forward, Linda and her friends become embroiled in the twisted escapades of the hybrids and The Elders as they search for The Dead at an exclusive club in Disney World, death and mayhem following their every step. A masquerade ball and a romp through the tunnels lead to a showdown in the swamps of southern Florida.


Linda must choose between Gregg and Todd, the two hybrids who compete for her heart and are at war on opposing sides.


Will Linda find her happy ending?


Will Oasis survive the battle between good and evil?


A visit to Oasis is necessary to uncover these answers and experience the strange world of my over-active imagination.

Book Three

William's bite bonded Shana to him, but he never asked her to mate with him for life; she isn't ready for a lifetime commitment. Now, William excludes her from his vampire meetings. Shana understands he's an original vampire with immense powers; but if William doesn't respect her, then what are their chances of building a life together?


Shana speaks to Linda about her fears.


"Paradise is an illusion." Shana's face grows heated as her frustration mounts. "Oasis is a haven for vampires, and I'm tired of their battles. The Watchers get rid of a group of vamps, and then another group arrives and attacks. It's a vicious cycle. Vampires are trouble."


"We'll have our happy ending." Linda's voice softens. "Don't lose faith. The Watchers will protect us, and Gregg has an elite force of original vampires." She touches Shana's arm. "William loves you; he won't let something bad happen to you."


"The vampires keep secrets from us." Shana swallows the lump in her throat. "I don't want to live with vamps anymore, and I need time to decide on my relationship with William. One minute, I'm suffocating, and then the next, I'm lost without him."


As a new enemy descends on Oasis, Florida, Shana turns to Sheriff Sam, who broke her heart. Can she trust the hybrid?


This begins Shana's journey to fight vampires and werewolves with Sam at her side.


An explosion at Chateau Frontenac in Quebec doesn't stop Shana and her friends from saving their town, and maybe even the world.


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Book One

Elizabeth Reading and Scarlett Harding travel to Blue Harbor, Maine, hoping to find a bed-and-breakfast to buy and a place more peaceful than New York City. What they discover instead is much more sinister.


After moving into an apartment building, Elizabeth and Scarlett visit the local ice cream parlor. As they approach the counter to order, a man rushes through the doorway, clutching his throat and dying in a pool of blood. When the Chief of Police arrives, and his two men begin to interrogate them, Elizabeth stares at the dashing, blue-eyed David throwing questions at her, stunned she agreed to a date with him just hours ago.


Elizabeth hurries back to their apartment to pack her bags, but Scarlett insists on keeping their appointment. Once they visit the bed-and-breakfast, they fall in love with it and soon sign the papers, becoming owners of a quaint inn.


As they settle into the bed-and-breakfast, the residents begin to die under unusual circumstances. On Scarlett’s date with Jonathan Hale, the charming ice cream parlor owner, a woman’s head explodes at a nearby table. Then a suspicious explosion rocks the harbor, destroying boats and part of the dock. Their fears mount as an intruder breaks into the bed-and-breakfast. They learn that the curse placed by the Penobscot Indians on the original settlers and descendants of Blue Harbor has returned with a vengeance.


Have Elizabeth and Scarlett put their lives in danger by dating two of Blue Harbor’s descendants? Should they sell the inn or fight the curse alongside its residents?

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